Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith
Zachary, Emily and Makayla Smith
If you’ve been invited to a wedding or special event, opening a beautifully addressed envelope to unveil a perfect invitation is an exciting part of the “wedding planning process”. As an invitee, you look forward to revealing the design, theme, and colors, as well as where the day’s events will take place. Invitations are one of the most important details of your wedding day as they not only set the tone for the event, but give your guests a glimpse of what to expect. Remember, this is your ONE and ONLY chance to make an everlasting first impression, so it’s important to make it count. To some couples, the thought of ordering invitations may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be! Before you rush into choosing a mediocre style, or even overlook the necessity of sending invitations that get your guests just as excited to celebrate, we’re sharing FIVE tips that will help alleviate the stress and headaches of the wedding invitation process.
Happy Monday! Over the last few weeks we’ve shared our expertise on wedding invitation and response card card wording. Today, we’re talking about reception cards. If you haven’t guessed it already, the reception enclosure card informs your guests where the party is going to take place, as well as time of events (i.e. cocktail hour and dinner). This is an important piece of your enclosure cards, especially if the ceremony will be held at another location. Have a little fun and put a twist on the traditional by playing with fonts, motifs, and various wording options.
RSVP ON OR BEFORE JULY 19
BRIDE AND GROOM
TOGETHER WITH THEIR PARENTS
INVITE YOU TO JOIN THEM AS THEY CELEBRATE THEIR LOVE UNDER THE STARS
SATURDAY, THE FIFTH OF APRIL, TWO THOUSAND TEN
AT SIX IN THE EVENING
MOUNTAIN CREEK RESTAURANT
DINNER AND DANCING TO FOLLOW RECEPTION